Microbial Growth on C1 Compounds: Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Microbial Growth on C1 Compounds, held in San Die by Mary E. LidstromMicrobial Growth on C1 Compounds: Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Microbial Growth on C1 Compounds, held in San Die by Mary E. Lidstrom

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The 8th International Symposium on Microbial Growth on C1 Compounds was held at the Bahia Resort Hotel, San Diego, CA, 27 August-1 September, 1995. A total of 160 participants from 18 countries were registered. Eight Scientific Sessions were held in which 45 papers were presented, and 114 posters were displayed and discussed in 3 separate poster sessions.
The Symposium covered a broad range of topics, including acetogenesis, methanogenesis, CO2 fixation, lithoautotrophy, carboxidotrophy, methylotrophy and methanotrophy. The theme of the Symposium was mechanistic, and under this rubric the physiology, biochemistry, molecular biology, and both applied and environmental aspects of microbial growth on C1 compounds were addressed.
This Symposium Volume contains 46 chapters, including the text of an Opening Address delivered at the Symposium by J.R. Quayle. This chapter elegantly presents an historical perspective on the past 7 Symposia, in the context of major breakthroughs in the field and of what is termed `giant' topics. The reader will be pleased to see that the tradition of the past Symposia Volumes is upheld, and that both familiar and new `giant' topics are covered. This Volume presents a cutting edge view of the broad field of microbial one-carbon metabolism, and provides a valuable resource for researcher and student alike.
Title:Microbial Growth on C1 Compounds: Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Microbial…Format:PaperbackDimensions:363 pagesPublished:December 22, 2011Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Preface. 1. Opening Address; J.R. Quayle. 2. Ribulose Monophosphate (Quayle) Cycle: News and Views; Y. Trotsenko, et al. 3. Metabolic Regulation in the Actinomycete Amycolatopsis methanolica, a Facultative Methylotroph Employing the RuMP Cycle for Formaldehyde Assimilation; L. Dijkhuizen. 4. Metabolism of Formaldehyde in Methylobacterium extorquens AM1; L. Chistoserdova. 5. Structure and Function of the Serine Pathway Enzymes in Hyphomicrobium; Y. Izumi, et al. 6. Metabolism of Methanesulfonic Acid; D.P. Kelly, et al. 7. Dimethylsulfide as an Electron Donor in Rhodobacter sulfidophilus; A.G. McEwan, et al. 8. Cyanobacterial Mutants Defective in HCO3-Uptake; M. Ronen-Tarazi, et al. 9. Carboxysomes: the Genes of Thiobacillus neapolitanus; J.M. Shively, et al. 10. Analysis of Genes in the Pathway for the Fermentation of Acetate to Methane by Methanosarcina thermophila; J.G. Ferry, J.A. Maupin-Furlow. 11. Regulation of the C1 Metabolism of Acetogens: Metabolic By-Passes and Ecological Implications; H.L. Drake. 12. Mechanism of N-Oxidation and Electron Transfer in the Ammonia Oxidizing Autotrophs; T. Vanelli, et al. 13. Genes Related to Carbon Dioxide Fixation in Hydrogenovibrio marinus and Pseudomonas Hydrogenothermophila; Y. Igarashi, T. Kodama. 14. Molecular Control and Biochemistry of CO2 Fixation in Photosynthetic Bacteria; J.L. Gibson, et al. 15. Biochemistry and Genetics of Organoautotrophy in Alcaligenes eutrophos;B. Bowien, et al. 16. Hydrogen Oxidation by Alcaligenes; B. Friedrich, et al. 17. Genetics of CO2 Fixation in Methylotrophs; W.G. Meijer. 18. Genetics of C1 Metabolism Regulation in Paracoccus denitrificans; N. Harms, et al. 19. Molecular Biology of Particulate Methane Monooxygenase; J.C. Murrell, A. Holmes. 20. Carboxylate Shifts in the Active Site of the Hydroxylase Component of Soluble Methane Monoxygenase from Methylococcus capsulatus (Bath); A.C. Rosenzweig, et al. 21. The Biochemistry of the Particulate Methane Monooxygenase; H.-H.A.T. Nguyen, et al. 22. Ammonia Monooxygenase from Nitrosomas europaea; D.J. Arp, et al. 23. Quinocofactors in Copper Amine Oxidases and Lysyl Oxidase; J.P. Klinman, et al. 24. Chaperoning Rubisco in Purple Bacteria; H. Dionisi, et al. 25. The Biochemistry of CO Dehydrogenase in Rhodospirillum rubrum; P. Ludden, et al. 26. Anaerobic Carbon Monoxide Dehydrogenase; S.W. Ragsdale, et al. 27. Enzymology of Methylamine Dehydrogenase; A.C.F. Gorren, et al. 28. Structural Studies of Methylamine Dehydrogenase; F.S. Mathews, et al. 29. The Biochemistry of Methanol Dehydrogenase; C. Anthony, S. Dales. 30. Methanol Dehydrogenase Structure; Z.-X. Xia, et al. 31. Production of L-Lysine and Some Other Amino Acids by Mutants of Bacillus methanolicus; R.S. Hanson, et al. 32. PHA Biosynthesis, its Regulation and Application of C1-Utilizing Microorganisms for Polyester Production; A. Steinb